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Walsh, Brendan

Essays in the History of Irish Education

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Brendan Walsh

2. The National System of Education, 1831–2000
Tom Walsh

3. ‘An Essential Service’: The National Board and Teacher Education, 1831–1870
Susan M. Parkes

4. Forged in the Fire of Persecution: Edmund Rice (1762–1844) and the Counter-Reformationary Character of the Irish Christian Brothers
Dáire Keogh

5. Girls at School in Nineteenth-Century Ireland
Jane McDermid

6. ‘Injurious to the Best Interests of Education’? Teaching and Learning Under the Intermediate Education System, 1878–1922
Brendan Walsh

7. Historical Overview of Developments in Special Education in Ireland
Michael Shevlin

8. Teachers’ Experience of School: First-hand Accounts, 1943–1965
Brendan Walsh

9. Creating a Modern Educational System? International Influence, Domestic Elites and the Transformation of the Irish Educational Sector, 1950–1975
John Walsh

10. The Transformation of Irish Education: The Ministerial Legacy, 1919–1999
Antonia McManus

11. The Development of Vocational and Technical Education in Ireland, 1930–2015
Marie Clarke

12. Current Developments at Third-Level Institutions in the Light of the Origins of the University
Catherine Kavanagh

13. Advanced Education for Working People: The Catholic Workers’ College, a Case Study
David Limond

14. Teacher Accountability in Education: The Irish Experiment
Martin Brown, Gerry McNamara, Joe O’Hara

Keywords: Education, History of Education, Sociology of Education

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137514820
Printed ISBN
978-1-137-51481-3

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